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2005 Ledaig 17 Year Old "Gordon & MacPhail Connoisseur's Choice" K&L Exclusive Cask #18600201 2nd Fill Sherry Hogshead Nonchillfiltered Cask Strength Highlands Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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Ledaig Single Malt is a cherished gem from the Hebridean Isles and comes from one of the oldest distilleries in all of Scotland. Produced on again, off again since its founding in 1798, and licensed since 1823, the Tobermory Distillery on the Isle of Mull is known primarily for its two single malt marks. Tobermory, an unpeated dram and Ledaig, with its heavily peated characteristics. Both are widely regarded as malts of outstanding quality. Both malts owe their rich character to the unusual stills that lie at the heart of the distillery - bulbous stills ...
Price: $160.00

2011 Highland Park 10 Year Old "K&L Exclusive" Cask #5434 First Fill European Oak Sherry Butt Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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It has been quite some time since we've had an official Highland Park Single Cask straight from the distillery and we are thrilled to offer this at the sharpest pricing we've seen in the program in years. This epic first fill full sized European oak sherry butt delivers a massive Orkeny experience at a whopping 66.1% ABV. The jewel of the Orkney Islands is famous for its heather peat offering a gentle floral toned smoke and its impeccable use of sherry maturation, both are on full display here.
Price: $119.99

We continue to get lucky with these lovely no name Orkney's. While some suppliers are confident to charge prices similar to what we'd expect from the named version of this, others are offering incredible values for these lovely classic Orkney stocks. Over the past several years, it seems that the owners of this wonderful traditional distillery had decided to liquidate some of the stocks. Perhaps they had miscalculated there blending needs or simply needed cash, but the result is a plethora of high-quality single cask offerings in various age ranges. Whil...
Price: $79.99

The Highland Park distillery has always been a favorite of aficionados. It's risen to international prominence over the last several years thanks to a strong marketing push from their owners, the Edrington Group. Their move toward highlighting the Orkney's Viking history has brought about plethora of unique "limited" offerings and special editions. While many have been very good, the general theme is fewer age statements and higher prices. But, something has happened over couple of years. An unbelievable amount of "no name" Orkney casks have popped up at...
Price: $99.99

The Isle of Jura is one of those incredible malts that we almost never see in the wild. Partly that's because they just don't make that much whisky. But it does seem that the owners, Whyte & Mackay, don't let go of the stuff very often. Isle of Jura has its following, but the little distillery on the sparsely populated island to the north of Islay isn't a household name by any means. The island's 200 inhabitants are vastly outnumbered by a massive population of red deer, who keep the islands vegetation from growing beyond the lowest grasses. The infertil...
Price: $64.99

Tobermory is the only active distillery on the Isle of Mull.
Price: $1.00

This exceptional barrel was distilled on the Isle of Arran in a freshly dumped bourbon barrel. It's unclear where it was aged as Arran, until recently stored casks in warehouses across Scotland including those at Springbank and Bladnoch. This is one of just a handful of independently bottled Arran Malts that we've ever seen. The special distillery on the mostly uninhabited Island in the Firth of Clyde was built in 1995 and has slowly taken its seat among the most well loved distillers in Scotland. This special first fill ex-bourbon barrel was bottled at ...
Price: $69.99

The folks at Arran, which has been independently owned since its inception in 1995, have been quietly making some of the best island-distilled whisky in Scotland for 25 years. Their water source is 100% rainwater coming from Loch Na Davie, high above the distillery. The clean water, combined with 100% concerto malt and a careful distillation, is the essence of Arran — it's fresh, barley-forward, and shows flavors heavy with citrus, stone fruit, and vanilla pudding. They never color or chill filter any of their whiskies, choosing instead to retain all of ...
Price: $1.00

The wild peated malt from the Tobermory distillery has slowly but surely gathered a serious following over the years. Ledaig (pronounced lay-chick) is one of Scotland's most idiosyncratic spirits. Often there's a desire to compare it to its smoke island sisters on Islay to the south, but the whisky truly has its own character and isn't easily compared to any other distillers out there. Located on the picturesque and farflung Isle of Mull, the tiny town of Tobermory is famous for its colorful houses. The whisky distillery there was founded in 1798 making ...
Price: $89.99

There is only one distillery on the Isle of Mull and while it has a history dating back to the late 1700s, for much of that history, the distillery has been closed. Fortunately for us, in the 1990s the distillery was opened again after its most recent 11 year closure, and has gone back to producing classic island malts. With its small production of less than 1 million liters per year the distillery makes two very different malts today. Tobermory is the namesake malt of the distillery and is generally, although confusingly, not always unpeated. Ledaig is ...
Price: $89.99

Highland Park 12 Year Old + 50ml of Highland Park 18 Isle of Orkney Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750m+50ml)
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A great package - HP 12 with a 50ml rider of HP 18 all at the regular price of the 12 year! Highland Park, one of only two distilleries in the Orkney Isles, is the world's most northerly whisky distillery. It was founded in 1798 by Magnus Euson. Until it was licensed in 1825, its production was illicit and Euson was assisted in evading the excisemen by a kinsman who was a Kirk elder, and hid the contraband under the pulpit. By the 1880s, Highland Park had an established reputation and at one time both the King of Denmark and the Emperor of Russia declare...
Price: $59.99

Another wonderful cask of Ledaig, which we acquired at a seemingly outrageous value. The sherried expressions of Ledaig are highly sought-after although their profile range wildly from the extremely unusual to the only slightly strange. This falls toward the slightly less crazy flavor profile although still has plenty of dense umami, gorgeous peat and measured sherry character. The Tobermory distillery on the hard to get to Isle of Mull is one of the least explored. The lovely town of Tobermory is famous for its colorful houses, but the distillery has st...
Price: $99.99

The exceptional distillery on the far flung Isle of Harris has finally released their single malt. The Hearach is the first, historic single malt whisky from the Isle of Harris, since the tradition was lost during the Pabbay clearances of the 1840s. Created the old slow way with little automation and always the human touch. Every drop was distilled, married, matured and bottled in th elemental place known as Harris. The water is sourced from Abhainn Cnoc a’ Charrain, believed to be the softest of any Scottish distillery. Only very low sodium and chlorine...
Price: $99.99


While there seems to be no shortage of Orkney malt on the market, there is a serious dearth of it at screaming good prices. For just 80 bucks this famous Ornkey distillery at cask strength and a respectable 14 years is a heck of a deal. Aged in a refill hogshead this shows off that beautiful heathery peat that the distillery is famous for. Bottled at its natural cask strength of 51.7% and without coloring or chill filtration.
Price: $79.99

Whisky Advocate: "This expression was distilled in 2003 and after undergoing a period of finishing in amoroso sherry casks it was bottled in 2014. Fleeting green apples on the nose, before sweetening with figs, sultanas, red berries, and chili. Peat smoke finally makes its presence felt. Full-bodied on the palate, with spicy smoke, dark chocolate, peaches, and Jaffa orange; the additional fruitiness courtesy of the amoroso cask influence. Long and softly smoky in the finish, with ginger and lingering fruit notes. (Summer 2015)" K&L Notes: Like all of t...
Price: $89.99

The wild peated malt from the Tobermory distillery has slowly but surely gathered a serious following over the years. Ledaig (pronounced lay-chick) is one of Scotland's most idiosyncratic spirits. Often there's a desire to compare it to its smoke island sisters on Islay to the south, but the whisky truly has its own character and isn't easily compared to any other distillers out there. Located on the picturesque and farflung Isle of Mull, the tiny town of Tobermory is famous for its colorful houses. The whisky distillery there was founded in 1798 making ...
Price: $89.99

Another wonderful cask of Ledaig, which we acquired at a seemingly outrageous value. The sherried expressions of Ledaig are highly sought-after although their profile range wildly from the extremely unusual to the only slightly strange. This falls toward the slightly less crazy flavor profile although still has plenty of dense umami, gorgeous peat and measured sherry character. The Tobermory distillery on the hard to get to Isle of Mull is one of the least explored. The lovely town of Tobermory is famous for its colorful houses, but the distillery has st...
Price: $99.99

We acquired a small parcel of this special selection via famed Italian Importer Ferdinando Fiori or Nadi. Signor Fiori became famous in whisky circles when he founded Intertrade Imports in the 1980s. High Spirits was established after the dissolution of that special label. Signor Fiori has established exceptional relationships with Scottish bottlers over the years and gets particularly good access. He's officially in retirement, but we're doing everything we can to convince him to select more casks for his special line. This lovely young Ledaig was bottl...
Price: $99.99

The Speymhor brand (pronounced Spey -VOR) is small brand of blended and single malt from undisclosed distilleries. Bottled by the Glasgow Whisky Company, it's not a brand we regularly see in the US. This exceptional whisky is a blend of both necessity and delicacy. It begins with a single cask from a high quality unnamed Speyside distillery from 1978. This cask showed excpetional depth and complexity, but was nearing the 80 proof mark and needed to be bottle soon. It was married with one single cask of 1978 from a distillery at the from the "foothills of...
Price: $179.99

Distilled 06/2004 and bottled 08/2022 cask strength, unchillfiltered, and without added color.
Price: $250.00

What can we say about these exceptional Talisker stocks except that we simply wish we could get more. The special distillery on Skye was once completely off limits for Independent bottlers. We bottled the first IB Talisker we'd seen in decades back in 2014, a young 5 year old that was unbelievable good. Now more than a half decade later, those same stocks are incredibly still available and significantly more mature. This gorgeous talisker exemplifies everything we love about the magical distillery. Truly born of the sea, the character of Talisker is dist...
Price: $119.99

What can we say about these exceptional Talisker stocks except that we simply wish we could get more. The special distillery on Skye was once completely off limits for independent bottlers. We bottled the first IB Talisker we'd seen in decades back in 2014, a young 5 year old that was unbelievable good. Now more than a half decade later, those same stocks are incredibly still available and significantly more mature. This gorgeous Talisker exemplifies everything we love about the magical distillery. Truly born of the sea, the character of Talisker is dist...
Price: $119.99

David and I just couldn't believe this when we tasted it. This was clearly the best Isle of Jura we'd ever had. This whisky has it all. It's vibrant and expressive. I get tons of stone fruit framed in subtle phenolic robes. The nose is so powerful and clean, you almost don't want to move on, but you'll thank God you did because the palate is just so classy. Bright citrus, savory wisps of smoke, touches of saline, fresh oats, and now some tropical fruits. We were totally expecting a very high price tag on this baby. It was FAR better than we'd been used t...
Price: $115.99

This extremely limited 2019 release from Highland Park is the first to be sold in California. Only 580 bottles were produced and we've secured the lion's share for K&L. (The rest is only available in New York). The original release featured 3 casks, each cask celebrating the elements that make Highland Park unique. The Cask Of The Forest is a tribute to Highland Park's incredible wood policy, and the influence that it has on the whisky. Oak for this cask was sustainably sourced from a forest in the North of Spain before being carefully seasoned with sher...
Price: $199.99

93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Elegant, light and pretty. This amber spirit has a light, briny vanilla scent and a silky feel. A veil of smoke rises through the Scotch (but fades out fast), leaving behind a sweet nutty, vanilla finish. *Top 50 Spirits of 2011* " (12/2011) 90 points Whisky Advocate: "Highland Park 12 Year Old boasts individuality and complexity, thanks in part to the use of Orcadian peat in the distillery floor maltings and the employment of ex-sherry casks for maturation. The nose is fragrant and floral, with hints of heather and some spi...
Price: $59.99

You can have two guesses as to which Orkney distillery this comes from - but your first thought is probably correct. Famous for heathered peat and a slight salty brine, this extraordinary cask is a stunning 17 year old for just 80 bucks. Considering official distillery casks of 12 year old spirit are regularly $150+ and their last 17 year release hovers around $300/bottle, this cask represents one of the best values of the year in single malt and is yet another extraordinary example of why independent casks need to be on your radar. This hogshead had a y...
Price: $79.99

You can have two guesses as to which Orkney distillery this comes from - but your first thought is probably correct. Famous for heathered peat and a slight salty brine, this extraordinary cask is a stunning 17 year old for just 80 bucks. Considering official distillery casks of 12 year old spirit are regularly $150+ and their last 17 year release hovers around $300/bottle, this cask represents one of the best values of the year in single malt and is yet another extraordinary example of why independent casks need to be on your radar. This hogshead had a y...
Price: $79.99


The always impressive Highland Park is one of Scotland's most reliable malts. The often awarded distillery is a favorite of many, yet has remained slightly in the shadows. One of the few things that the distillery lacked, despite countless unique and collectible bottlings, was a regular cask strength expression. Thankfully, someone was convinced that the quality level was a solid addition to the already excellent regular line up and even more impressively they've decided to offer small batch releases, so each time they bottle we'll get a different window...
Price: $89.99

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The Munros are Scotland's tallest peaks, all over 3000 feet, named for Sir Hugh Munro, who first compiled a list of Scotland's 282 tallest individual mountain peaks. Becoming somewhat of an obsession for the UK's mountaineering crowd, the Munros in Scottish culture represent the spirit of adventure and comradery that mountain climbing embodies. This tiny brand of high-quality single malts is bottled by the Glasgow Whiskey Company. Their US importer sadly passed away a few years ago and the stocks languished in a warehouse on the East Coast until one of o...
Price: $99.99

This very unusual barrel is truly one of a kind. Produced with the fermentation and cut times of Ledaig, but with unpeated barley and aged in a refill hogshead, it was hand selected by the Thompson Brothers and sold partially in Europe as a 26 year old. The rest of the cask was bottled exclusively for sale at K&L. One of only 108 bottles and bottled at a moderate but still robust 94.8 proof without the addition of color or any chillfiltration of any kind.
Price: $200.00

Distilled May 2nd, 2000 and bottled on November 30th, 2020 at 56.2% ABV. Scapa is Orkney's "other distillery," sitting just half a mile south of its famous neighbor, but it deserves to be recognized in its own right as one of Scotland's great malts. An unusual still setup, water source, and island environs lend Scapa its unique character. The wash still is a Lomond still—one of only a handful of functional Lomond stills in Scotland. The spirit still is a more traditional onion bulb still. Unpeated and laden with Scapa's signature honey flavors, this choi...
Price: $179.99


One of rarest malts we've ever sold. This extremely rare old sherried version of the famous Isle of Skye distillery is an absolute coup in every sense of the world. We're not quite sure how Hart Brothers was able to get these, much less bottle them with the distillery name on the label, but it seems that Diageo isn't policing these old stocks as the might once have. 27 years in a first fill sherry butt and the color is an outrageous auburn hue. Deep, oceany and full Tali peat with the gorgeous sherry to balance. Only 18 bottles will be available in the U...
Price: $699.99

Bottled in a striking carved wooden case, reminiscent of the Viking Long Ships, this year's Valhalla release will certainly not be available long. This small production bottling is highly allocated. From the distillery: "Highland Park Thor has a natural strength like its namesake, drawing influence from the environment unique to Orkney, to create a truly elemental spirit. Distilled where sea turns to ocean, this 16 year-old single malt is a meeting point of nature’s forces, exuding a dynamic and bold character on the surface, but with an unexpected softe...
Price: $799.00

Another gorgeous cask of Highland Park bottled exclusively for K&L Wine Merchants. This one is equally special to the European oak hogshead that we also received this year, but completely different in character. The excellent malt coming out of Kirkwall is renowned worldwide for its quality; but many don't realize that Highland Park is one of a handful of Scottish distillers that continue to utilize the wildly inefficient floor maltings. The tradeoff for losing capacity to floor maltings is a malt of great character and complexity. In addition, the extre...
Price: $139.99

92 points Whisky Advocate: "Part of the Game of Thrones collection, this pop culture mash-up whisky represents House Greyjoy and features its kraken sigil on the label. The whisky sings of the sea, as blasts of ocean spray, sea salt, wet sand, and seashells swirl above undernotes of peach, cranberry, citrus fruits, and blackberry tart. The mouth fills with bonfire smoke, light peat, toffee, black cherry, and peppercorn. The addition of water coaxes out chocolate, light black pepper notes, and citrus. A flourish of allspice, bitter chocolate, more toffee,...
Price: $49.99

This small batch of the new Isle of Skye distiller was made with 100% concerto malt and peated to 78+ ppm of peat phenol. Fermented with pinnacle NG+ yeast and aged in a mixture of 1st fill ex-bourbon and used hogsheads before being bottled at cask strength without any chillfiltration, caramel coloring or dilution of any kind. The final phenol level in the bottle is 22.8 ppm and the batch strength is 122.2 proof.
Price: $89.99

Unpleated, distilled August 2018, aged in Four Roses bourbon casks and Columbian oak barrels, and bottled August 2023. Limited production — only 9,500 bottles produced.
Price: $109.99

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96-100 points Wine Enthusiast: "Opening aromas are of sea breeze, cigar smoke, oak and malted barley; air contact releases light caramel, fudge, cocoa bean, burnt candle wick and heather. Entry is the most complex of any whisky; midpalate soars on oak, spirit and grain tastes. The greatest distilled spirit of this generation. Buy whatever you can find. *Best Buy* (PP)" (11/2008) 94 points Whisky Advocate: "Introduced to the Highland Park portfolio in 1997. Gentle peat, soft toffee, floral notes, and honey on the beautifully fragrant nose. Superbly bala...
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Bottled in 1999 at full strength for "Friends of the Classic Malts" and is one of 7000.
Price: $399.99

96-100 points Wine Enthusiast: "The wonderful bouquet is grainy dry, lightly nutty with additional vibrant scents of buttered honeywheat toast, sautéed almonds, cigar tobacco and buttermilk. The palate entry is sap- and maple-like; by midpalate the flavors run from chocolate milk to nougat to oatmeal-with-honey. Finishes gracefully and with late taste thrust. The new benchmark for Jura. (PP)" (11/2007)
Price: $199.99

No Longer Available! This is almost out of existence! Buy it while you can! We cannot honor bottles sold in the negative! Thus, of all the world-famous whisky distilling regions of Scotland ( Speyside, Highland, Islay, the various Islands, Lowland, Campbeltown) only Tobermory and Ledaig represent an opportunity to experience Malt Whisky from the Isle of Mull. Ledaig, pronounced (Led-chig), unlike Tobermory, is distilled from heavily peated malted barley. During the malting process, burning peat is used to dry the barley in a kiln. The reek from the bu...
Price: $29.99

After last years succssful campaign of single casks from Highland Park the exceptional distillery is back at it again. Last year, after years of being denied of the privilege, a cask of the venerated Orkeny producer's finest. That was a single second fill hogshead and it was, by all accounts, a monster. How could we possibly top that glorious and offer? Well, since we had sold it in a matter of weeks, we'd figured we probably never would. But Highland Park pulled out all the stops and searched deep in their warehouses for something that could possibly ma...
Price: $159.99

The odd and wonderful Tobermory distillery is one of Scotland's most picturesque and divisive. Only the Jura Distillery has more disperate opinions of their products. But something that almost every peat lover can agree on is the fact that the distiller's peated line, Ledaig, is an absolute dream. And it's remained in relative obscurity until recently. We've had a good deal of independents offer us Ledaig over the years, but it's almost always young stocks in very quiet hogsheads. That's simply because the mark is only produced a few weeks out of the yea...
Price: $139.99

Whisky Advocate: "Diageo has introduced this new no age statement variant of Talisker single malt. The name reflects the distiller’s aspiration to enhance the maritime notes in this expression. Refill and rejuvenated casks have both contributed to its maturation. The nose is youthful but rounded, with brine, burning wood embers, vanilla, and honey. Sweet and spicy on the palate, with cranberries and black currants, while peat smoke is always present, plus black pepper. The finish lingers, with walnuts and fruity peat. (Vol. 22, #2)" K&L Notes: Whisky Ad...
Price: $59.99


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